Fortunately, this is was jailed for 30 months and received an extended driving ban.
It was report that Alison Amner, 55, was tossed eight feet in the air and on to a garden wall after a driver who was high on cocaine smashed into the motorbike, leaving her with life-changing injuries.
Her husband Richard, 58, suffered a triple open femur fracture among other catastrophic injuries, while Mrs Amner broke her finger, nose, nine ribs and punctured her lung.
Four months after the collision, the pair have undergone more than 20 blood transfusions, and still require the use of wheelchairs and daily visits from carers. Their 29-year-old daughter is now caring for them at home.